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Taxes. They’re ugly, but necessary. The Troup Independent School Board was forced to focus on a possible tax increase at last week’s trustees meeting Monday, June 12. more
After 46 years of itchy uniforms, marching drills, hot summer practices and the thrill of seeing his kids succeed; Denny Whitley has hung up his director’s baton and is ready to enjoy a change in scenery. This calls for a celebration. Friends, family, colleagues, band boosters and of course band alumni from Whitehouse, Clarksville and Timpson are all invited to attend the Whitley Band Reunion set for Saturday, July 1, at Whitehouse High School. more
The Whitehouse High School First Ladies Officers recently returned from the American Dance/Drill Team officer camp in Rockwall. First Ladies Director Kayla Norman said the girls were challenged and worked hard all week earning top awards for their performances. more
Hearing a child’s first words is one of a parent’s proudest moments in life. Watching that child start to master their language by ways of vocabulary words, English homework and college essays can be an exciting journey for a parent to witness. more
The Shark Brothers will appear at 1 and 3 p.m. Friday and Saturday, June 23 and 24, at the Center for Earth & Space Science Education at Tyler Junior College. Tickets are $5 for children, seniors and students and $7 for adults. Parking is free. more
It was the nation’s bicentennial year, 1976. These Troup Tigers were let loose on the world to make it better place. They are coming back together to share old stories and new photos of the grandkids. more
School may be out for the summer and kids are nowhere near campus, but the Whitehouse Junior High School honor band continues their quest up the ranks of the Texas Music Educators Association contest on a recording. The group recently took first place in the Region 21, Class 3C Region Honor Band Listening Session held in Lindale. more
After 46 years of itchy uniforms, marching drills, hot summer practices and the thrill of seeing his kids succeed, Denny Whitley has hung up his director’s baton and is ready to enjoy a change in scenery. This calls for a celebration. more
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